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A Internet of Things(IoT) based exploration robot design for remote control and monitoring (사물인터넷(IoT) 기반 원격 제어 및 모니터링이 가능한 탐사로봇 설계)

  • Kim, Byung-Chul
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.185-190
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    • 2015
  • The trend of Internet of things are changed from public and examples of corporate center to B2C service. As you can see, through the practice of domestic and international services Internet of Things, conventional disaster, disasters, such as the case of the public sector, factory automation company now mainly direct B2C (Business to Consumer) services are affecting the individual has spread. In this paper we propose a method of platforms and components, and network configuration plan for exploration robot design based on remote control and monitoring system with IoT.

A Survey on Trust Computation in the Internet of Things

  • Truong, Nguyen B.;Jayasinghe, Upul;Um, Tai-Won;Lee, Gyu Myoung
    • Information and Communications Magazine
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    • v.33 no.2
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    • pp.10-27
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    • 2016
  • Internet of Things defines a large number of diverse entities and services which interconnect with each other and individually or cooperatively operate depending on context, conditions and environments, produce a huge personal and sensitive data. In this scenario, the satisfaction of privacy, security and trust objectives plays a critical role in the success of the Internet of Things. Trust here can be considered as a key property to establish trustworthy and seamless connectivity among entities and to guarantee secure services and applications. The aim of this study is to provide a survey on various trust computation strategies and identify future trends in the field. We discuss trust computation methods under several aspects and provide comparison of the approaches based on trust features, performance, advantages, weaknesses and limitations of each strategy. Finally the research discuss on the gap of the trust literature and raise some research directions in trust computation in the Internet of Things.

Understanding the Internet of Things: Education and Experience

  • Yun, Jaeseok
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.23 no.12
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    • pp.137-144
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    • 2018
  • In this paper, we propose an well-organized lecture note for giving a better understanding on the Internet of Things (IoT) to people including non-computer majors without computing and communication knowledge. In recent years, the term 'IoT' has been popularized, and IoT will make a huge impact on our industries, societies, and environments. Although there are large amount of literature on presenting IoT from technological perspectives, few are published that are organized for teaching students having non-computer-related majors. Based on research and education experiences on IoT, we tried to make a lecture note focusing on the process of collecting data from everyday objects, transmitting and sharing data, and utilizing data to create new values for us. The proposed lecture note was employed in teaching a liberal arts class, and it was shown that students could have an understanding of what IoT really means and how IoT could change our world.

An Implementation of Smart Dormitory System Based on Internet of Things (사물인터넷 기반의 스마트 기숙사 시스템 구현)

  • Lee, Woo-Young;Ko, Hwa-Mun;Yu, Je-Hun;Sim, Kwee-Bo
    • Journal of Korean Institute of Intelligent Systems
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    • v.26 no.4
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    • pp.295-300
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    • 2016
  • Internet of things which helps communication between human and thing and between things by connecting networks on them is developing. Develops of Internet of things, network technique, and smart machine result interest on home network system. In this paper, we suggested a system with the home network to the dormitory using pressure sensors, infrared sensor, ultrasonic sensor, switch, arduino, raspberrypi, android application. Smart dormitory system based on the internet of things provide information whether public things in dormitory like laundry machine, computer, treadmill is being used now, and package is arrived through android application.

Internet of Things based Smart Energy Management for Smart Home

  • TASTAN, Mehmet
    • KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS)
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    • v.13 no.6
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    • pp.2781-2798
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    • 2019
  • Thanks to internet, as one of indispensable parts of our lives, many devices that we use in our daily lives like TV, air conditioner, refrigerator, washing machine, can be monitored and controlled remotely by becoming more intelligent via Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Smart Home applications as one of the elements of smart cities, are individually the most demanded application without question. In this study, Smart Energy Management (SEM) system, based on NodeMCU and Android, has been designed for SEM, which is a part of the smart home application. With this system, household energy consumption can be monitored in real time, as well as having the ability to record the data comprising of operation times and energy consumption information for each device. Additionally, it is ensured to meet the energy needs on a maximized level possible, during the hours when the energy costs are lower owing to the SEM system. The Android interface provides the users with the opportunity to monitor and change their electricity consumption habits in order to optimize the energy efficiency, along with the opportunity to draw up of a daily and weekly schedule.

IoT-based Indoor Localization Scheme (IoT 기반의 실내 위치 추정 기법)

  • Kim, Tae-Kook
    • Journal of The Korea Internet of Things Society
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    • v.2 no.4
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    • pp.35-39
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    • 2016
  • This paper is about IoT(Internet of Things)-based indoor localization scheme. GPS and WiFi are widely used to estimate the location of things. However, GPS has drawback of poor reception and radio disturbance in doors. To estimate the location in WiFi-based method, the user collects the information by scanning nearby WiFi(s) and transferring the information to WiFi database server. This is a fingerprint method with disadvantage of having an additional DB server. IoT is the internetworking of things, and this is on rapid rise. I propose the IoT-based indoor localization scheme. Under the proposed method, a device internetworking with another device with its own location information like GPS coordinate can estimate its own location through RSSI. With more devices localizing its own, the localization accuracy goes high. The proposed method allows the user to estimate the location without GPS and WiFi DB server.

A Service Marketing Success Using Internet of Things: The Case of Cleveland Museum of Arts in the United States (사물인터넷을 이용한 서비스 마케팅의 성공: 미국 클리블랜드 미술관의 사례)

  • Joo, Mi-Kyoung;Kim, Myung-Hee
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.11
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    • pp.549-555
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    • 2016
  • This paper tries to find the implications applied to art institutions of Korea by analyzing what the content and consequences of services of the Cleveland Museum of Art provided after the Internet of Things adoption in the theoretical perspectives strengthening service marketing through the Internet of Things increases visits and participation in the museum. For analysis, journal articles, statistics, and government press releases, news articles, web pages, web page articles are collected. The results are first, the application of digital and social media is positive in visit to the museum and monetization. Second, the introduction of the Internet of Things will enhance the museum's 'Education', 'Accessibility', 'Communications' services, as well as significantly increase on and offline participation by activating experience. Third, technical support from related companies with the support of local government funds is essential to build the system. Consequently, in order to enable the participation of the spectators in the galleries it is proposed aggressive adoption of such digital technology in domestic barren market of Internet of Things.

An open Scheduling Framework for QoS resource management in the Internet of Things

  • Jing, Weipeng;Miao, Qiucheng;Chen, Guangsheng
    • KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS)
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    • v.12 no.9
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    • pp.4103-4121
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    • 2018
  • Quality of Service (QoS) awareness is recognized as a key point for the success of Internet of Things (IOT).Realizing the full potential of the Internet of Things requires, a real-time task scheduling algorithm must be designed to meet the QoS need. In order to schedule tasks with diverse QoS requirements in cloud environment efficiently, we propose a task scheduling strategy based on dynamic priority and load balancing (DPLB) in this paper. The dynamic priority consisted of task value density and the urgency of the task execution, the priority is increased over time to insure that each task can be implemented in time. The scheduling decision variable is composed of time attractiveness considered earliest completion time (ECT) and load brightness considered load status information which by obtain from each virtual machine by topic-based publish/subscribe mechanism. Then sorting tasks by priority and first schedule the task with highest priority to the virtual machine in feasible VMs group which satisfy the QoS requirements of task with maximal. Finally, after this patch tasks are scheduled over, the task migration manager will start work to reduce the load balancing degree.The experimental results show that, compared with the Min-Min, Max-Min, WRR, GAs, and HBB-LB algorithm, the DPLB is more effective, it reduces the Makespan, balances the load of VMs, augments the success completed ratio of tasks before deadline and raises the profit of cloud service per second.

Security Analysis of the Lightweight Cryptosystem TWINE in the Internet of Things

  • Li, Wei;Zhang, Wenwen;Gu, Dawu;Tao, Zhi;Zhou, Zhihong;Liu, Ya;Liu, Zhiqiang
    • KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS)
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.793-810
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    • 2015
  • The TWINE is a new Generalized Feistel Structure (GFS) lightweight cryptosystem in the Internet of Things. It has 36 rounds and the key lengths support 80 bits and 128 bits, which are flexible to provide security for the RFID, smart cards and other highly-constrained devices. Due to the strong attacking ability, fast speed, simple implementation and other characteristics, the differential fault analysis has become an important method to evaluate the security of lightweight cryptosystems. On the basis of the 4-bit fault model and the differential analysis, we propose an effective differential fault attack on the TWINE cryptosystem. Mathematical analysis and simulating experiments show that the attack could recover its 80-bit and 128-bit secret keys by introducing 8 faulty ciphertexts and 18 faulty ciphertexts on average, respectively. The result in this study describes that the TWINE is vulnerable to differential fault analysis. It will be beneficial to the analysis of the same type of other iterated lightweight cryptosystems in the Internet of Things.